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What’s it take to teach a student in 2019? A lot more than it used to. Superintendent of Schools Mario Andrade sent a clear message to parents, teachers, taxpayers and the public when … more
One person was injured when three cars collided at the intersection of Market Street and Birchswamp Road just after 8:30 p.m. Thursday. Details were sketchy Thursday night but police on the scene … more
The numbers are big and scary. The Bristol Warren Regional School District says it needs nearly $2 million more next year. Funding from the State of Rhode Island is going down $522,000. Money from a … more
Seemingly overnight, car washes are a big business in Bristol. For a long time — since the late 1960s — there were a few self-service, coin-operated bays on Gooding Avenue, behind the … more
Warren's town manager and planner said the were thrilled and beyond flattered to learn last week that a statewide planning organization is singling out Warren for smart planning, forward thinking and … more
Everyone was Irish for a day this past Sunday, when the Warren’s American Legion Auxiliary Unit 11 held its annual corned beef and cabbage dinner at St. Thomas The Apostle Church on Metacom Avenue. … more
Monday, March 11A Patterson Avenue woman complained about a neighbor's trash. An officer spoke to the neighbor about her complaint.A Water Street resident complained about loud noise just after 11 … more
Trafford's restaurant on Water Street is closed temporarily after a roof fire early Thursday afternoon. Warren Fire Chief James Sousa said workers doing repairs at the Warren Town Wharf noticed a … more
The director of the Benjamin Church Senior Center has filed a claim against the Town of Bristol alleging unlawful termination, defamation and malicious prosecution. Through her attorney, Maria … more
A large silver maple on Water Street that had been marked for removal for more than a year finally came down Thursday morning, to the dismay of some residents who wanted the town to do more to save … more
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